This medium size (18 inches high) cultivar originated as the result of a cross of
two unnamed seedlings of H. 'Brim Cup'. It was registered by
Paul Aden of New York in
1986 and has leaves that are broadly ovate with thick substance.
It bears near white flowers from late June into July. Since it has such a wide variegated margin of white which
tends to be thin in substance, this cultivar often suffers from
rips along the leaf edge.
The Hostapedia by Mark Zilis (2009), "Like 'Brim Cup', 'Lunar
Eclipse' and a few others, 'Knockout' makes an attractive,
creamy-margined mound of foliage as an immature, juvenile plant.
With age, however, the leaf margin tends to "drop out", leaving
an unsightly sawtooth edge. Avoid this cultivar."